Angela Liu

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Name: Angela Liu
Date registered: June 10, 2016

Latest posts

  1. Pest of the Month – September 2017 — September 30, 2017
  2. WCISA Regional Conference Comes to Hawaii, June 27-30 — June 3, 2017
  3. A Celebration of Gregory Severino — June 2, 2017
  4. AAA Tree Jamboree – Day of Fun for Everyone — March 2, 2017
  5. Gregory Severino – Saturday, March 4th Celebration — February 21, 2017

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Sep 30

Pest of the Month – September 2017

AMBROSIA BEETLES (Weevil Family Curculionidae, SubFamily Scolytinae)   Photos (Except as noted): J.A. Zarders, A.H.Hara, R.Y. Niino‐DuPonte, S.K.Cabral, and K.L.Aoki. Ambrosia Beetles (2013). University of Hawai’I at Mānoa, CTAHR, Komohana Research & Extension Center, Hilo, HI.  Ambrosia beetles are small reddish-brown to dark-brown cylindrical beetles that tunnel into xylem tissue (sapwood or heartwood) and inoculate …

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Jun 03

WCISA Regional Conference Comes to Hawaii, June 27-30

CLICK HERE to download the Meeting Flyer and Registration Form from WCISA’s website For the agenda and directions, click the link for your island (you will be directed to WCISA’s website): Tues. June 27 – Oahu Wed. June 28 – Kauai Thurs. June 29 – Maui Fri. June 30 – Big Island Registration is through WCISA Online registration …

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Jun 02

A Celebration of Gregory Severino

On March 4th, 2017, many of us gathered at Kahe Point Beach Park to celebrate Gregory Severino. We will always remember his life with gratitude and joy. Thank you to everyone who came to share the moment, and may we continue to remember Greg by living his Aloha spirit. 

Mar 02

AAA Tree Jamboree – Day of Fun for Everyone

  – MAHALO TO OUR SPONSORS –  Your support helped make the Jamboree a success! Aloha Power Equipment Hilton Waikiki Beach Sterling Teufelberger TreeStuff ****** with special thank-you’s from AAA to: Darcy Oishi, Dept of Agriculture Kualoa Ranch Jamboree Volunteers, and All our Participants

Feb 21

Gregory Severino – Saturday, March 4th Celebration

Feb 15

Countdown: AAA’s Hawaii Tree Jamboree 02/25/2017

~~~  HAWAII TREE JAMBOREE  ~~~ Coconut Raking • Crosscut Sawing • Tug o’ War Keiki Climb • Wheelbarrow Races Work Climb, Speed Climb, and Throwball Bring the whole family • Pack your own picnic Advance Registration Deadline — Monday, January 20 Onsite registration is subject to availability  Registration form is available HERE For further information, contact: lake_a_gibby@hotmail.com Volunteers …

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Nov 15

Pest of the Month – November 2016

Pest of the Month                                   Ficus Leaf-Rolling Psyllid (aka FLRP, Trioza brevigenae) Photos: Donald R. Hodel, University of California Cooperative Extension, Los Angeles County   Distribution: Discovery of the pest in six counties in southern California constitutes a new …

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Oct 25

Pest of the Month – October 2016

Pest of the Month Mamaki Rust (Pucciniastrum boehmeriae) Photos: Hawaii Department of Agriculture, Plant Pest Control Branch   Description: Mamaki rust was only recently observed for the first time in Hawaii. Distribution: Widespread in eastern Asia. On the Big Island, Hawaiian Acres, Kurtistown. On Oahu, in the Koolau Mountains. Hosts: First seen on endemic mamaki, aka mamake or waimea …

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Sep 25

Pest of the Month – September 2016

Pest of the Month South American Palm Weevil (Rhynchophorus palmarum) Photos: UC IPM Green Bulletin (Vol.6 No.2 August 2016) Description: This weevil is currently not in Hawaii; please help keep an eye out for it. The adult is ~1 ½ inch long, shiny black, with small hairs on its body and a typical weevil “snout”. The …

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Aug 25

Pest of the Month – August 2016

Pest of the Month — Verticillium Wilt   DESCRIPTION Verticillium wilt is caused by a variety of fungal species of the genus Verticillium, most notably V. dahliae and V. albo-atrum. It is “one of the most widespread and destructive soilborne diseases of plants” (UC IPM). Verticillium infects a plant through the roots and multiplies in the …

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